Holding cash to meet unpredictable obligations or unexpected contingencies is known as precautionary motive.
According to Khan and Jain,” Precautionary motive of holding cash implies the need to hold cash to meet unpredictable obligations, thus precautionary cash valance serves to provide a cushion to meet unexpected contingencies.”
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